Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
The Promised Land
The Race Is On
Looks Like Rain
They Love Each Other
Playing In The Band
Here Comes Sunshine
Beat It On Down The Line
You Ain't Woman Enough
Box Of Rain
China Cat Sunflower->
I Know You Rider
Around & Around
Mississippi Half Step
Me & My Uncle
He's Gone ->
The Other One ->
Eyes Of The World ->
Digitally Remastered using the Bertha Digital Audio Workstation, by firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed July 14, 2006.
The original source is all over the place. The volume is way up on some songs and way down on others. Some songs appear to have been slowly faded up. Some songs have decent bass while others have almost no bass at all. There is also a hiss-like noise that appears and disappears from the left channel and does not appear on all tracks. Not a clue as to what this noise is. These things were corrected to the extent possible in an effort to achieve a more consistant sound throughout.
From the original text file, prior to Bertha Remastering:
Reviewer:Evan S. Hunt
November 6, 2011 Subject:
Four Hours, Twenty-two Minutes, Thirty-two Seconds
Listened to this version once again because I wanted to hear the Here Comes Sunshine and found myself enjoying the bejabbers out of this show all over again.
The HCS is spectacular, but there are stellar versions of many of the songs that fans find boring, like Me and My Uncle. The reason is because Jerry is just all over under and around himself throughout playing all sorts of gorgeous things and different things and displaying many divergent styles. And right there with him his Bobby wailing and chopping away with his unusual chording and fills. It's absolutely riveting -- every second of the second and third sets.
Also noteworthy is the prominence of Keith's singing. I haven't heard much of his singing because it was usually buried, but on this beautiful recording his voice comes out and it adds an earthiness to the GD's vocal blend I do not think I ever heard before.
Really beautiful remaster. The bass is articulated to perfection. Listen for Phil's wonderful bass solo in the Other One. Very inventive.
Definitely one of my enduring favorite shows.
August 27, 2010 Subject:
great 3rd set
this show as a whole i think is a tad overrated, but the he's gone>truckin'>TOO>eyes>china doll sequence is among the bands finest performances. the eyes is probably the best of 1973, along with 11/17 and 12/6.
check out the 5/20 campus stadium "warm up" show for this which i think has better 1st and 2nd sets...
January 15, 2010 Subject:
Exellent both in performance and sound quality. Always get the Jay Ashley or Charlie Miller remasters. They can't be beat.
Reviewer:Praise The Board
July 4, 2008 Subject:
Maybe I Found Direction
Funny how things work, my friends and I went to this afternoon SF show (in what would turn out to be the first of many shows) just to kill time until Johnny Winter took the stage at Winterland. If ever my life took an unexpected "right" turn, it was that day in May. And that tiny little sound system........